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Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant

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Featuring contemporary oriental design and décor amidst a fine-dining ambiance, Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant offers both exquisite fusion and authentic Chinese cuisine created by the award-winning Chinese Executive Chef Lee Tuck Seng . Opened in December 2007, Jia Wei has since revolutionised the art of modern Cantonese cuisine with its wide selection of elaborated Cantonese cuisine, traditional Hong Kong dim sum and an extensive list of wine labels to complement each meal. The cuisine specialties at Jia Wei include the Traditional Hong Kong Dim Sum ( 香传统港点心), Peking Duck (北京烤鸭), Live Seafood (活海鲜) and Double Boiled Soup (炖汤).

Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant is also featuring  Executive Lunch and Dinner Set Menus (特色套餐) tailored for the busy executives. Yum Char, or traditional Chinese High Tea, is also available at Jia Wei every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm for dim sum lovers. Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant is set to cater every customer gusto with with a wide array of delightful and tasteful dishes.

Jia Wei’s Executive Chef, Lee Tuck Seng (李德胜), brings with him over forty years of culinary experience culled from his various postings in various renowned hotels & restaurants. Specialised in Cantonese cuisine, he believes in continually refining the art of cooking through improvisation and experimentation. His love and passion for cooking has won him several culinary awards including the Gold Awards in the FHA International Salon Culinaire.

"As part of Grand Mercure Roxy Singapore, Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant supports The Grand Mercure brand worlwide's principle as to being convinced that natural diversity is a key element for human life on earth. Shark species are threatened across the world's oceans and shark fin consumption is one of most significant contributors to this decline. We do however respect your right to choose shark fin soup, which is available on Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant's menu." (Robert Tan, Food & Beverage Director)

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  • Address: Level 2, Grand Mercure Roxy Singapore 50 East Coast Road, Roxy Square (Opposite Parkway Parade Shopping Centre) Singapore 428769
  • Phone: +65 6340 5678
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